Segway Scooter Recalled About 6,000 Segway Human Transporters are being voluntarily recalled because some riders have been injured in falls when the motorized scooters' batteries ran low. The company is offering a free software upgrade to fix the problem. Hear NPR's Chris Arnold.
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Safety Concerns Prompt Segway Recall

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Safety Concerns Prompt Segway Recall

Safety Concerns Prompt Segway Recall

Safety Concerns Prompt Segway Recall

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About 6,000 Segway Human Transporters are being voluntarily recalled because some riders have been injured in falls when the motorized scooters' batteries ran low. The company is offering a free software upgrade to fix the problem. Hear NPR's Chris Arnold.